prof.dr. (Rob) RJM van Tulder

prof.dr. (Rob) RJM van Tulder

Professor of International Business-Society Management

Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Business-Society Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T11-54
Email
rtulder@rsm.nl
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Rob van Tulder is a professor of International Business-Society Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Professor van Tulder has published extensively on topics of multinational enterprise strategies, high-tech industries, corporate social responsibility, issues management, skills, network strategies, smaller industrial countries (welfare states) and European Community/Union policies. He has received numerous accolades for his intellectual and societal contributions. His latest books include ‘Getting all the motives Right’ (on driving international corporate responsibility to higher levels), ‘Managing the transition to a sustainable enterprise’ (also in Dutch), ‘Business and the Sustainable Development Goals’ (RSM series publication), “Corporate Responsibilities in Turbulent Times” (also in Chinese) and the third edition of the “Skill Sheets: An Integrated Approach to Research, Study and Management”. Professor van Tulder is co-founder of RSM's Department of Business-Society Management, a world-leading department on the global issues surrounding sustainability. The department offers a highly successful master's specialising in sustainability. He is founder and academic director of The Partnerships Resource Centre, an expert centre bringing together leading NGOs, firms and governments in the study and management of cross-sector partnerships for the social good. He supports the creation of other expert centres around the world that try to help companies improve their sustainability strategy together with other societal stakeholders. His recent initiative has been the creation – together with the University of the Philippines – of an expert centre around ‘inclusive value chains’ (the C4C centre in Manila). Professor van Tulder consults for international organisations, ministries and companies. He teaches executive courses for managers and academics on international strategic management and has been a visiting professor at several international universities.

  • Rob Tulder & R Van Asperen (1 January 2015) - Generation Y challenges you! Are young sustainable entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs going to make a difference?

  • Rob Tulder (2009) - Chains for Change
  • Rob Tulder (2007) - Poverty and Business: a Research Agenda for Business Schools

Minbuza - referentiegroep IMVO

Start date approval
August 2019
End date approval
August 2022
Place
DEN HAAG
Description
Minbuza - referentiegroep IMVO

Journal of International Business Policy

Start date approval
April 2022
End date approval
April 2025
Place
VS
Description
area editor

Robeco

Start date approval
April 2022
End date approval
April 2025
Place
ROTTERDAM
Description
lid raad van advies SDG activiteiten Robeco

Wage Indicator Foundation

Start date approval
April 2022
End date approval
April 2025
Place
AMSTERDAM
Description
voorzitter raad van toezicht

gemeente ridderkerk

Start date approval
April 2022
End date approval
April 2025
Place
RIDDERKERK
Description
voorzitter fairtrade werkgroep

Global Business Strategies

Year
2021
Year Level
master, IM/CEMS, Exchange, ERIM
Course Code
BM02GBS

Sustainable business models

Year
2021
Year Level
master, master, master, master
Course Code
BMME040

Collaboration Africa

Year
2021
Course Code
B3MIN1050-COLLA

Reading Africa

Year
2021
Course Code
B3MIN1050-READIN

Bedrijfsproject

Year
2021
Course Code
BMA1011

Exploring Africa

Year
2021
Course Code
B3MIN1050-EXPL

  • Romy Kraemer

    A license to mine? Community organizing against multinational corporations
  • Xueyuan Zhang

    Strategizing of Foreign Firms in China: An Institution-based Perspective
  • Sophie Schweizer

    An Individual Psychology of Novelty-Seeking, Creativity and Innovation
  • Arjen Mulder

    Government Dilemmas in the Private Provision of Public Goods
  • Alan Muller

    The Rise of Regionalism: Core Company Strategies Under The Second Wave of Integration
  • Ron Meyer

    Mapping the Mind of the Strategist: A Quantitative Methodology for Measuring the Strategic Beliefs of Executives
  • Guoyong Liang

    New Competition; Foreign Direct Investment and Industrial Development in China
  • Alfred Slager

    Banking Across Borders
  • Michael Mol

    Outsourcing, Supplier Relations and Internationalisation: Global Sourcing Strategy as a Chinese Puzzle
  • Douglas van den Berghe

    Working Across Borders: Multinational Enterprises and the Internationalization of Employment
  • Ramina Samii

    Leveraging Logistics Partnerships: Lessons from Humanitarian Organizations
  • Govert Gijsbers

    Agricultural Innovation in Asia: Drivers, Paradigms and Performance
  • Michiel Nijdam

    Leader Firms: The value of companies for the competitiveness of the Rotterdam seaport cluster
  • Alexander Otgaar

    Industrial Tourism: Where the public meets the private
  • Gijs van Houwelingen

    Something to Rely On: The Influence of Stable and Fleeting Drivers on Moral Behavior
  • Hester Duursema

    Strategic Leadership: Moving Beyond the Leader-Follower Dyad
  • Adobo Abalo

    Value chain partnerships for inclusive development – The perspective of the large firm
  • Erwin van Tuijl

    Upgrading across Organisational and Geographical Configurations Analysis of the Chinese automotive industry
  • Krijn Turkenburg

    Purpose in Business: On how to embed'purpose' in organizational and entrepreneurial contexts
  • Katinka C. van Cranenburgh

    Money or Ethics. Multinational corporations and religious organisations operating in an era of corporate responsibility.
  • Maria Pascual Sanz

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  • James Muldoon

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  • Stella Pfisterer

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  • Leilani Baumanis

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  • Gerbert Hengelaar

    The Proactive Incumbent: Holy grail or hidden gem?
  • Nisha Bakker

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  • Aldo Bagchus

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  • Maurice Jansen

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  • Anne van Lakerveld

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  • Sander Tideman

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  • Muriel Arts

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  • Roelfke Benedictus

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  • Linda Rutkens-Oudman

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  • Heleen Tiemersma

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  • Anita Keij

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  • Project Jan Anton van Zaten
  • Paul Wiegmann

    Setting the Stage for Innovation: Balancing Diverse Interests Through Standardisation
  • Daan Abraham Petrus Peeters

    Open PhD project in Value Based Organizing: Acting on unprecedented change
  • Karoline Heitmann

    PhD in Pathways towards resilient social enterprises

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